If it be your will That I speak no more And my voice be still As it was before I will speak no more I shall abide until I am spoken for If it be your will If it be your will That a voice be true From this broken hill I will sing to you From this broken hill All your praises they shall ring If it be your will To let me sing From this broken hill All your praises they shall ring If it be your will To let me sing
If it be your will If there is a choice Let the rivers fill Let the hills rejoice Let your mercy spill On all these burning hearts in hell If it be your will To make us well
And draw us near And bind us tight All your children here In their rags of light In our rags of light All dressed to kill And end this night If it be your will
The birth of a new lamb is something sheep farmers probably get well used to over the years. To those from the city though seeing it for the first time can be a powerful experience. The symbolism of the lamb is so deeply embedded in Christian culture it's good to be reminded every now and then of the vulnerable little creature behind it.
Afri Famine Walk 2010 (3mins) The walk leaders for this year's Famine Walk Justin Kilcullen of Trócaire, Felicity Lawrence, writer and journalist for the Guardian, and Jo Newton of the Irish Seed Savers Association opened the event with short reflections on the walk theme: Hunger in a World of Plenty: Sowing Seeds of Hope. Dave was there to capture the event.